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Fox Racing Digit Boy's Gloves

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Item # FXR0495

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Item # FXR0495

Description

Little pinners.

If your gorm's throwing the leg over a knobbie wheeled ride, they should have the Fox Digit Boys’ Glove protecting their hands. Synthetic leather reinforcements increase durability while vented sections help hands stay cool and dry. The Digit Bike Glove easily holds up to a day of downhilling without being overkill on a cross country ride.

Tech Specs

Material:
48% synthetic leather, 25% polychloroprene, 15% nylon, 12% PVC rubber
Closure:
hook-and-loop
Recommended Use:
mountain bike

Size chart

Kids' Gloves

Measure from the tip of your middle finger straight down to the base of your palm (where it meets your wrist.) This will give you a "best guess" of your glove size. Personal fit preference and hand shape differ from person to person, so if you have a particularly wide or narrow hand, you may want to size up or down accordingly.

Gloves and Mittens
 Tip to Wrist
XS 3.5in
(8.9cm)
S 4in
(10.2cm)
M 4.5in
(11.4cm)
L 5in
(12.7cm)
XL 5.5in
(14cm)

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I need mountain biking gloves for my...

I need mountain biking gloves for my 10-year-old grandson, but my son doesn't have time to measure his hands. Someone somewhere told me a youth medium would be the right size. Anyone know?

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I would go with a medium. A ten year old's hands wouldn't be larger than that, and he can always grow into them if they are a little big! That's a lot better than getting them too small..